CNET Car Tech brings you the latest news from the 2015 LA Auto Show.
It might be based on the new Mazda MX-5, but its styling and character is unmistakably Italian.
The current Hyundai Elantra sedan is a very good buy, but the next-gen 2017 model looks even better.
It's the last major auto show of the year, and we can't leave the floor without taking one last wander through the halls to choose our favorites.
Breaking cover for the first time at the Los Angeles auto show, Cadillac unveils its XT5, an all-new medium-sized SUV showing off the brand's latest styling and tech.
Mazda revealed their all new seven-passenger CX-9 at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The 2016 CX-9 benefits from a 2.5-liter turbocharged engine that sets the bar high for power and efficiency.
With styling inspired by Buick's Avenir concept, the latest LaCrosse shows off elegant lines and promises a quiet, comfortable ride in its large sedan body.
The Korean automaker with a camera-based smartphone app that uses 3D animations, augmented reality and video to teach owners about their cars.
A full day of unveilings, distilled. All the new cars in three minutes.
The 2017 Hyundai Elantra may not be the most glamorous car unveiled in LA, but if the previous model's success is any indicator it could be the most important one.
Of the dozens of announcements at the 2015 LA Auto show, most of the buzz surrounded Fiat's new roadster and Alfa Romeo's hot sport sedan.
Volvo's Concept 26 cockpit explores how drivers will interact with their cars, be more productive or just relax in a future where the cars can do all of the driving.
Mercedes updates their naming scheme for SUVs with the new GLS class and gives the already large vehicle a moderate refresh at the 2015 LA Auto Show.
Cadillac softened its sharp-edged design for the CTS and ATS sedans, and now shows similar styling in its all-new XT5, a medium-sized SUV replacing the outgoing SRX.